The Denver Art Museum (DAM) today announced the official dates and featured artists for the 2019 Untitled Final Fridays series. Produced with local creatives, the museum’s after-hours programming provides late night, unconventional art and creative encounters for both novice and expert art lovers. Unique programming reinvents art and gallery presentations throughout the museum on the final Friday of each month January through October from 6 to 10 p.m.
First up in the 2019 lineup of creative collaborators is Secret Love Collective, a group seeking to create dialogue surrounding art world hierarchies, prevailing social structures, identity categories and status quo.
The full 2019 Untitled Final Fridays lineup follows:
January 25: Secret Love Collective
Investigating coded bodily expression through the construction of identity.
February 22: Black Actors Guild
Exploring dynamic narratives from Denver’s Five Points neighborhood through music, poetry and performance.
March 29: Suchitra Mattai
Building cross-cultural narratives around ideas of home.
April 26: Ester Hernandez
Chance happenings question the significance of everyday encounters.
May 31: Kenzie Sitterrud
An evening of seriously playing and playing seriously.
June 28: Tobias Fike
A theatrical play of light and shadow highlighting memory and nostalgia.
July 26: Michael Sperandeo
Exploring the possibilities of the digital realm through multisensory interactive simulations.
August 30: Kate Speer
Critiquing Americana through an introspective approach to American traditions and foundations.
September 27: Adrian H. Molina
Illuminating dreamscapes through meaningful experiences.
October 25: Lauri Lynnxe Murphy
Fusing art and nature in a nocturnal exploration of light.
For nearly four years, the evening has been presented in collaboration with Your 6 Hometown Toyota Stores. New this year is a different food truck featured each month to offer a variety of late night eats. Untitled Final Fridays is included in general admission and free for members. College students receive two-for-one admission with a valid ID, and youth 18 and younger receive free general admission. For more information on programming, please visit denverartmuseum.org or follow the museum on social media.
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THE DENVER ART MUSEUM
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